18 September 2019
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Lilongwe, 12 September, 2019: Minister of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) Dr William Susuwele Banda says Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play a vital role in the success of important projects like the Malawi Education Sector Improvement Project (MESIP). He made the remarks on Wednesday after he launched the MESIP…
Zomba, 10 September 2019: University of Malawi (UNIMA)   Chancellor College principal Prof Richard Tambulasi Monday  said students needed to use their time in college responsibly if they were to earn degrees of their dreams. Prof. Tambulasi was  speaking when he opened an orientation for first year under graduate  and Post Graduate…
Karonga, September 3, 2019: Parents in the area of group Mweneyumba in Karonga have asked District Education Office to deal with teachers who spend most of their time in class on WhatsApp, instead of teaching.  The call was made Monday in the area during an interface meeting with Mweneyumba Citizen…
Machinga, August 17, 2019: Minister of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare, Mary Navicha has urged parents and guardians with children with albinism to send them to early childhood development (ECD) centres. Speaking on Thursday at Mwamadi Model ECD Centre in Traditional Authority Nkula in Machinga as part of familiarization…
Mzuzu, August 16, 2019: Group Village Head Mackson Nhlane of Traditional Authority Mzikubola in Mzimba has asked M’mbelwa District Council to upgrade Kasambamkholi Under-Five Clinic to a health centre, saying people in the area find it difficult to access medication. The call was made Thursday during an interface meeting between…
Blantyre, August 5, 2019: Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), has released 2019 Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education Examination (PSLCE) results with 77.46 per cent pass rate. Briefing journalists in Blantyre on Monday, Minister of Education, Science and Technology,…
Machinga, August 5, 2019: Machinga Education Office has increased number of educational zones from 12 to 16 as one way of improving education standards in the district. Machinga District Education Manager (DEM), Yobu Makina said the decision has come about after observing that most Primary Education Advisors (PEA) were failing…
Karonga, August 5, 2019: Chaminade Secondary School alumni on Saturday donated twenty-eight desks worth K3 million to the school as a way of easing challenges faced by learners. Rumphi District Commissioner, Fred Movete, who is one of the alumni, said most structures at the school needed renovation. “Some of our…
Phalombe, August 5, 2019: Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN) says the Primary School Improvement Grants (SIM) Initiative has the capability of transforming the country's education system if given enough resources. Regional Coordinator for MEJN in the south, Mike Banda made the remarks last Friday on the sidelines of a media…
Zomba, August 5, 2019: Zomba District Council has approved sites where government plans to construct seven secondary schools in an attempt to reduce distances the students travel to access secondary education.  The schools are part of the 250 secondary schools which government announced to construct across the country Secondary Education…
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PRESS RELEASE: NO PERMISSION WILL BE GRANTED FOR DEMONSTRATIONS

PRESS RELEASE: NO PERMISSION WILL BE GRANTED FOR DEMONSTRATIONS

Government would like to inform the public that it has decided not to grant permission for demonstrations planned by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) to go ahead from Wednesday, 28th August 2019. As such, Government would like to warn all citizens to ignore any notice of demonstrations a...